Shifra on November 27, 2017
ICYMI, and, yes, you probably did miss it. But you did not miss much. Via Daily Caller. A documentary that aired Sunday on CNN’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS,” purporting to explain “Why Trump Won,” sounded more like a commercial for Hillary Clinton. Zakaria, narrating the video, implied that Donald Trump had no real policy proposals and that voters chose him over Hillary Clinton due to their resentment of “professionals.” “[Hillary Clinton] seemed to have the right ideas. At least she had ideas, actual policies beyond banning Muslims or building border walls. She wanted to raise taxes on the wealthy, she had a plan for the opioid epidemic devastating the working class. She said she wanted to retrain workers,” he said….
Shifra on November 7, 2017
Gosh, I love the smell of Dems throwing up in the morning. Oh wait, maybe that did not come out quite right 🙂 Via Washington Examiner. ….With the one year anniversary of that night approaching rapidly, Esquire compiled an exhaustive Election Day timeline sourced from the accounts of campaign insiders….The result is highly insightful, providing more details that reveal just how intensely Clinton supporters and coastal journalists were caught off guard by her loss…. Anticipating a Clinton victory, New York magazine writer Rebecca Traister said there was “an electric current running through” her body upon waking up that morning. Zara Rahim, Clinton campaign national spokeswoman told Esquire that she was already planning her Instagram caption. “We were waiting for the...
Shifra on November 5, 2017
Next, can we expect authors to sue anyone who writes a negative book review? Via Federalist. If we have such an overwhelming scientific “consensus” about the supposed threat of catastrophic man-made global warming—and about the political and economic solutions to it—then why do advocates have to sue scientists to prevent them from questioning it? That’s the question raised by a $10 million lawsuit lawsuit filed by Stanford engineering professor Mark Z. Jacobson accusing other scientists of defamation for critiquing his scientific work in favor of “renewal energy.” That’s not how science works. That’s not how any of this is supposed to work. Jacobson made a name for himself and became something of a media celebrity for publishing a study in...
Shifra on October 20, 2017
Someone needs to sit down with Hillary and beg her to seek some serious psychotherapy, instead of trying to work out her anger and disappointment in public. Via Hollywood Reporter. During an appearance on ‘The Graham Norton Show,’ the former presidential candidate detailed her dilemma, and disappointment, with attending the swearing-in ceremony. Hillary Clinton tried to avoid attending President Donald Trump’s inauguration. “I really tried to get out of going,” the former presidential candidate revealed during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show Friday. After explaining that it’s “tradition” for former presidents and first ladies to attend a presidential inauguration to show “support” and “continuity of our government,” Clinton admitted that she and former president Bill Clinton hoped others wouldn’t...
Tammy on April 6, 2017
When will Republicans grow a spine? He cites left-wing groups filing an ethics claim against him. Great, so now all it takes to disrupt an investigation and remove someone is to file a specious complaint. Sheesh. The GOP has to stand up to this nonsense.The moment these political thugs find a successful tactic or smell blood in the water, they’ll never stop. Like children, they need to learn being a bully does not work nor is it acceptable. And, of course, Paul Ryan allows this nonsense. Amazing. Via Fox News. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes has stepped down from his role leading his committee’s probe of Russia interference in the 2016 presidential campaign and possible surveillance of Trump associates...